Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1920 THK r.ETHBRlDGE DAILY HEHALtJ PAGE NINE Everything to Lady Laur- Described .Himself as Barristers-Owned in Victory Bonds. amount only J1S.7W.J7 June has been made for an Ontario probate of the will of the late Sk Wilfrid Laurier. The superior court of Que- bec has already granted the necessary probate there but on account of a email estate in .this province a sec- ond probate" IB necessary. A total caUte of was left by the former." prime minister. Of this WOMEN 1 in.' tho proiloce ot Ontario. The beautiful iorae on taurler arenua OMt, in which he lived for some mscjr yasrs, il sot held In hri name- The entire Praiie; E. VejeUMe Compound the (Remedy for without tho pA Fife. Tfie will OP tSe lite lUwsmmn characteristic. It conlalni only three or four paragraphs of 15 lines each. The document is a simple affair and gives no indication ot tie high rank held by the writer. He simply describes himself as a barrlster-at-law and signs the docu ment "Wilfrid Laarisr." It is dated July 1912... The will also names Loots Phtlllppo Broaeur.iJudsejOf the supreme tpurt of Canada, and Pred Lebreccue, bar ln! Montreal, as cutors of his estate. The application for the.OuUrio probate Is made" by Robert Laurler of Ottawa, a oep- icw of Slr: Although by, ho means a wealthy maii, Sir Wilfrid had Invested al- most one-third of his total .estate in Dominion of Canada Victory bonds. Ho owned of these. HELPLESS M ''.mm Until He Took The Fruit For two I inffertd female paini in mj buk'tral ptinfal periods, ud vu M.vealF tired that I wu aot ib do piy work. Afriendtolj jPinkhm'i VejeUbl. Compooadiod It, me great relief. My ptiol I am DOW to iomywoct tcdfwinne. Yoacmapub- liahroytwMi.oolil.alif your Compdrod others iridch gbcd u It bv me i will peverv much pleiied." -i-Mn.CBAIU.E3E. MOEGAH, 37 Street, Conn. li "C" The reuwn Lydia E. Pinkham'B BO successfnl 11 the ctirttive. bf efibd old fwhioned reota herbs, Which acl iirecUjon the organism. TJiete-iryVfoiSji? eTerywfcere who BBB for'thjldrtri In their homes yet lenlpi'.tkii happiijess on account of funetiuriu disorder which in most tees wpold readily yield to E. riokhtrn'syefetiijle.Compound, Sneji not hope Intil'Uiay hive-given this woriderfm r'edidne trial, and for special advice LydU E. Fpikham Medicine1 Co.', of 44 pptfaotf U jrogi'terviei. E. E. Ko. L Lojtxc, OHV. "for oter years, 1 wia oofifined I freatal with doctors, and tried nearly overytbicy without benefit, Finally, I tried Btfifs I ted xstd holf a tax I saa tftfravcmenl; the pain and the spelling started to go I continued taking thii fruit me- dicine, Improving all the time, and nor I can walk about two miles and do light chores about the ALEXANDER MCTSKO, We. a box, 6 for tail eiie 25c. At ill dealers or sent postpcid by Limited, Ottawa. NUXATED IRON s Strength LONDON, June Canadian Associated answer to ques- tions' in of'commohs yester Bonar Law, goyerDrueni leader, Indicated the continuance qf the sugar control and no free letter post for members of parliament. The bill for continuing the food con- trollershlp was Introduced and th'e overseas trade credits bill' was read second time after some opposition i the house of lords. Lord Curzon said the provisions for establishing civil administration in Salesiiiie would he submitted to the League of Nations. Tha'mass Im- migration would not be allowed man- datory power and It would not bo the Jewish minority, that would exercise governmental cdntrol. WILL PROCLAIM AMNESTY LONDON, June Herbert Samuel Intends to signalize his as- sumption of the high commisfi.ionet- ship of Palestine by proclaiming am- nesty for all persons convicted ot riot- Ingtin Jerusalem. JOBE'PUiyP Siipporte'rs Will Nominate Him at Earliest Possible Moment. (Continued From Front Pugs.) Labor Leader's Vlewj June -We believe hat In the near future UK farmer- abor forces will duatnate !cs of Manitoba and the poll- says the JVinnlpeg Telegram this afterrjoon. of hundreds of voters; polling: of scores of votes not on the registration list; scores of bal- lot boxes sent to deputy returning offi- papers, electors' list or poll books; non-appearance of deputy' returning ofSwrs and poll. cierXs at polling stations; ballot boxes not polls cot opened for two hours after 9 o'clock; nen-lntttal- Ing of ao4 other Illegal pro- are by the Tele- gram. "At one or of the polls ai- mem- Mr. :he city of Winnipeg, In an rain-flew '.oity, ID which he declared that had :he fannere Of the province gone into :he election fight as an organlted force, Manitoba would have at once farmer-labor government. Mr, Diion said It was difficult to tee where" Hofi. T. C. Norris would secure a worWng malority, although he predicted, a union of government forces with the Conservative hers, their "natural allies." The real, said Dlxon. "of the larger farmer-labor vote lies In -.the realization of the common Interest oC the tollers." He said the largo labor vote iu Win nipeg was also to be taken as a pro- test against the prosecution and Im- prisonment'of a number of labor lead- ers on charges o! eeditious conspiracy. Mr. Dlion estimated Ibat five Winni- peg scats would go to labor or social- ist candidates. Free Press Forecast WINNIPEG, June Free Press today carries the following: ('At Norrls government headquar- ters it was confidently estimated that the government would have 29 straight supporters.in the new legislature as a result of polling Tuesday. This estimate included the government i members for Winnipeg carry the two deferred elections in the orth. "Government officials declared that ime ot the doubtful seals would like- Act governingconduct voting has been broken. "On these grounds the Conserva- tives may an election petition to hare the election upset. Evidence U being.secured by agents and scru- tineers st every poll." In a front page editorial iiio'Tele- iun says: "The condltiaas under which polling in V.'ianipes this morn- log constitute nothing short outrage upon the entire electorate cf this outrage which may even result In the voiding ot the entire elec- tion in the Winnipeg seats." GueStS for leap- Serve Lanka Lanka is British grown tta from Ceylon's filll gardens. The choicest grades are blended, making an exquisite flavor, a tempting aroma, a color; thai charms. The price is moderate. Look lor this package. WM. BRAID CO. Vancouver, Canada KNOCKED OUT.'JAILER, THREE ESCAPE JAIL N. B., Juno liam "Van 'BnBklrk, Joseph Adams Srnlth. and one prjsoner, whose a'se'nsaCional break from the county jail at Dor- chester" list night when they knocked out Jailer Sweeney with a club. Van Buskirk a sentence for stealing an .automobile; and'had ruade previous to escape from SAN FRANCISCO, Jane headquarters as. Vfm. McAdbo will have at the 'convention were'oprmed here today..- They consist of three filled by personal friends.ot McAdoo and are to be used solely for conferences. No one is in charge of the Is a publicity caoipaign from them being planned. No claims are-being advanced by the McAdoo supporters as to the num- ber of votes on the first of subsequent ballots. Reports made by men of diff- erent state delegations, claim anywhere from 250 tn 350. Will be Named The name of Gibbs Mc- Adoo, former secretary of the treas- ury, will be placed formally in nomln ation at ''at the earll est opportunity" his supporters decid ed at an early morning conference to day. Presentation bt McAdoo's namo will'be by Burrls A. Jenkins, Kansas City, Mo. ''Take a Supply ofBorden's 'on Your Camping Trip 'TpHERE'S nothing that makes camp cook-: so really delicious as a plentiful i" of good, fresh milk; f ST. CHARLES BRAND EVAPORATED MILK with Ihe cream left in pure, rich, country milk with the cream left in is just what you want on the camp- i ing trip. Wherever .you use fresh milk, Botden's Evaporated surely please. Grocers all over Canada will supply you. Don't ask for say "BORDEN'S" THE BORDEN COMPANY, MOHTREAt, P. Cs Legislative Slate Is Wiped Cleai Criticized. (Continued From Front Page.) Dr. Burris Jenkins of nominating speech. Tte forces here which hope for Mc- Adoo's nomination hail been clinging to the belief that his prospects for success, would be promoted by not putting him f orward at the outset In a test of strength with Cor and Pal mer. SOILELt soonest Decision (o have Dr. Jenkins speak was cot reached definitely until to- friends thought his speech be not made should be adhered' to. made to gRt in Mr. McAdoo, but it was not thought ho would make further protest against tho plans ot go from the government. They are undent that Skuli Sigfusson would in out in St; George. Officials also eclared that mnny of the "farmer" tender a general ipporfto government, giving It afe control legislation ot the prov- ice." Prospect Not Encouraging JIONTUBAL, June Mont eal Star says today: "The rest of Canada will watch the] orlhcomlng session at Winnipeg with. nusual -On the It1 prospect, cjn. not be encouraging or the people of Manitoba. "The-, govenn.ie.nt rbf the province long as tho rjsent condition, exi'stsi only by com- It will be a government of omprouifse and of compromise not .Iways dictated, by. public needs, but onietimes by the grim law of ppliti- :al survival." Conservatives May Protest of the provincial1 ejection In Winnipeg may he the Conservative Rich Fniil Dssssrts For a Trifle A parfage of Jiffy-Jell serves sir people in mold Jorm, or twelve if you whip the jeli.. It is i real-fruit dainty. Each package contains a wealth of fruit-juice essence, con- densed and sealed in grass. No artificial flavor is used in Jiffy-Jell. No saccharine Is used. Every housewife who once tries it will alvrays make sure to get it. For this Is the only quick gelatine dessert which has these botlled fruit flavors. Your choice ot ten it.-' In Jiffy-Jell you get the delicious fruity fiavor and-goodness: of the fruit itself. out LUX-w'ashed (tockirtgs last' the longest.! Its ao simple 'and easy to .WaJh' them in thequickiy LUX lather. Do it without twist- ing or rubbing. Do it in a very few moments. Iron while damp with a warm iron and the daintiest, sheerest; is so pure that it will harm'nothing that pure'water may .....There ia no substitute for LUX. Grocers .....departmental stores sell it. mailed on request. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO June -senate wa in both afternoon and, even ing yesterday, wifiing out the'lcglsla tive slate'in preparatlon-fpr'proroga tfon. Among the measures passe were the act to aid shipbuilding, th Income War Tax act, the SpecialWa Revenue act, the Wheat Board .bl atd the-Franbhl5e act. OnUho'second reading of the shl] building bill, Senators Bostock 0. Dandurand protested against the lac ot-.information, supplied by the, go ernment and also urged lhat contracl made under; this legislation be c.oi fined to existing Ghipyarda. Senator Gordon believed tho prbp Dillon would-be a benefit to the cou: "try and Senator Power argued tin the government should not enter Ini any-.line of enterprise that could 1 perfirmed by private ownership. Senator Fowler sr.ld that at first sight, b'o waa in favor of the proposi- tion, but certain signs he'saw Evidence'ot a big m'ergerjn the deal. .Senator Robertsq.n thought Senitor Fowler's suspiclbns'wera without foun- dation. V "The shipbuilding Industry was.'an imporlant one. It represented a'great investment. said In his opinion the bill before the house was fiot to help labor but (o.help a few ship- .-H'was aloilg Iho of muctf'present-dnyi leelslaiiVn' for the Big interests at the oxpehsd'of the country. Replying.to 8 Schator n.ostock, Senator Robertson said ship- builders of Cdnada'desirous of contin- uing Ihlo Industry had sought orders In foreign-countries. The bill received a reading; The lircome.fai tho special war revenue bill wore adopted with out amendment.'' At Us evening session the senate conslderod and gave third reading !o Ihe Franchise act, tbo Wheat bill and the set conferring certain powers upon'the railway commission In respect, of the coal situation. The senate adjourned until 11 o'clock today. DUBLIN TERMINAL IS BADLY TIED UP DUBLIN, June railroad ter minus here was tied up thla morning as.a result ot tho refusal ot railway rrien to movo trains boarded by pollci or soldiers, causing a complel? etop pagu of all trains for the south. The people of foreasclng Mich a situation, iiinl began hoarding I food, notwithstanding the cffcrlc of fie authorities to rtoo this. a beverage that's all that a drink should.be br health and refreshment. fj. It's1' snappy, of tnatclul flavor, mildly stimullalnri, and'delicioiAly (hirst Quenching. No other drink, is qulto so satisfying and.cooling on hot days. It's nn excoilcnt beverage Id 'have, in ltd; house at all timca lo -servo wilh the meal, to.offer1 lo evening lunches or 'by itielf. OKLA-APPLO THE NEW DRINK Is browed and prepared from the blended jalcca of choicest Okanagau apples; treated W giro it spark, vim and 'bubbles forth dcliclously sweet and pleasing lo the paTate. n In tho United Slates this same variousli1 called Apple Ju, A Spitz Cider, has outsold all other soft drinks ten times over.